Best smoker barges 1-5 large [Vol 15]

Best smoker barges 1-5 large [Vol 15]

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Krikkit

17,094 posts

130 months

Tuesday 14th January
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W00DY said:
Ah, but the Ovlov has the 3-memory seats of power!

CharlesdeGaulle

11,349 posts

129 months

Tuesday 14th January
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Krikkit said:
W00DY said:
Ah, but the Ovlov has the 3-memory seats of power!
Memory 1 = 'me'
Memory 2 = 'her' (if there is one). Otherwise an unused button. (Just like the rear sunblind after the first and only use to see that it works and to brag about having it without understanding the point ('cos there isn't one))
Memory 3 = 80 mph. Whatever it is you're up to, the answer is 80 mph.

tog

3,632 posts

177 months

Tuesday 14th January
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
Memory 1 = 'me'
Memory 2 = 'her' (if there is one). Otherwise an unused button. (Just like the rear sunblind after the first and only use to see that it works and to brag about having it without understanding the point ('cos there isn't one))
Memory 3 = 80 mph. Whatever it is you're up to, the answer is 80 mph.
The 9-5 also has three settings, useful when I was a press snapper and regularly doorstepping ne'er-do-wells (rarely celebs, more often crims or bent coppers):

1. Me driving
2. Me sleeping
3. Me sitting in the passenger seat to edit pics on the laptop but wanting the mirrors set so I can still see backwards.

Northbrook

531 posts

12 months

Wednesday 15th January
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However reasonable the explanation, this is the stuff this thread is made of.

tog said:
1. Me
2. Me
3. Me

olly755

2,456 posts

111 months

Wednesday 15th January
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In pretty much every barge I’ve owned:

1- Previous owner
2- Warwick Davis
3- Not working, full of crud and skin flakes, no one in the history of man has ever pressed it.

Thankyou4calling

7,325 posts

122 months

Wednesday 15th January
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olly755 said:
In pretty much every barge I’ve owned:

1- Previous owner
2- Warwick Davis
3- Not working, full of crud and skin flakes, no one in the history of man has ever pressed it.
Cornflakes hit screen

Krikkit

17,094 posts

130 months

Wednesday 15th January
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The truly important question is, has there been a car with more than 3? All the Mercs, ovlovs, BMWs etc I can think of seem to have 3.

Thankyou4calling

7,325 posts

122 months

Wednesday 15th January
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My brother is a BA engineer (you know the type)

When stating my heated seats have three settings he corrects me.

It’s a FOUR position switch

Heat 1
Heat 2
Heat 3
OFF

FOUR SETTINGS.

He wouldn’t last long on here. Then again ?

SpeckledJim

20,433 posts

202 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Thankyou4calling said:
My brother is a BA engineer (you know the type)

When stating my heated seats have three settings he corrects me.

It’s a FOUR position switch

Heat 1
Heat 2
Heat 3
OFF

FOUR SETTINGS.

He wouldn’t last long on here. Then again ?
Are we supposed to pity the fool?

TyrannosauRoss Lex

23,901 posts

161 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Thankyou4calling said:
My brother is a BA engineer (you know the type)

When stating my heated seats have three settings he corrects me.

It’s a FOUR position switch

Heat 1
Heat 2
Heat 3
OFF

FOUR SETTINGS.

He wouldn’t last long on here. Then again ?
I'd say he'd make the perfect PH pedant

21st Century Man

32,085 posts

197 months

Wednesday 15th January
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They're all off if they don't work.

ferrisbueller

23,868 posts

176 months

Wednesday 15th January
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BrabusMog

15,197 posts

135 months

Wednesday 15th January
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olly755 said:
In pretty much every barge I’ve owned:

2- Warwick Davis
rofl

W00DY

11,909 posts

175 months

Wednesday 15th January
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ferrisbueller said:
Miles over thread but had to share.

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/2017...
Nice to see electric blind operation from the rear. Talking of blind, how about this for a 2 car and one pet lifestyle






bolidemichael

1,713 posts

150 months

Wednesday 15th January
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BrabusMog said:
olly755 said:
In pretty much every barge I’ve owned:

2- Warwick Davis
rofl
roflrofl (let's get a pyramid started)

Sai

16 posts

116 months

Wednesday 15th January
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roflroflrofl

trooperiziz

9,382 posts

201 months

Wednesday 15th January
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I've had a disaster in the E46, I can't use the memory seat button, or the setting for dipping the passenger wing mirror when reversing. Something electrical has gone tits up, as whenever the motor activates for the wing mirror adjustment, the drivers side runs until it points to the sky and the passenger side runs till it points the floor.

I had to resort to manually adjusting them, like a poor person.

Krikkit

17,094 posts

130 months

Wednesday 15th January
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trooperiziz said:
I've had a disaster in the E46, I can't use the memory seat button, or the setting for dipping the passenger wing mirror when reversing. Something electrical has gone tits up, as whenever the motor activates for the wing mirror adjustment, the drivers side runs until it points to the sky and the passenger side runs till it points the floor.

I had to resort to manually adjusting them, like a poor person.
Might be worth resetting the seat control unit if you have the appropriate laptop and diag software, could be a fruity saved position for both that needs clearing out.

TyrannosauRoss Lex

23,901 posts

161 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Krikkit said:
trooperiziz said:
I've had a disaster in the E46, I can't use the memory seat button, or the setting for dipping the passenger wing mirror when reversing. Something electrical has gone tits up, as whenever the motor activates for the wing mirror adjustment, the drivers side runs until it points to the sky and the passenger side runs till it points the floor.

I had to resort to manually adjusting them, like a poor person.
Might be worth resetting the seat control unit if you have the appropriate laptop and diag software, could be a fruity saved position for both that needs clearing out.
Or unplug the battery and leave for 30mins or so perhaps?

trooperiziz

9,382 posts

201 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Krikkit said:
trooperiziz said:
I've had a disaster in the E46, I can't use the memory seat button, or the setting for dipping the passenger wing mirror when reversing. Something electrical has gone tits up, as whenever the motor activates for the wing mirror adjustment, the drivers side runs until it points to the sky and the passenger side runs till it points the floor.

I had to resort to manually adjusting them, like a poor person.
Might be worth resetting the seat control unit if you have the appropriate laptop and diag software, could be a fruity saved position for both that needs clearing out.
Possibly, but they actively fight against any adjustment when I play with the knob, so I think it's a bit more than that.